COVID-19 survey findings

We are using the data from our Wave 1 COVID-19 survey to explore the effects of the pandemic on the lives of people of different generations and backgrounds, covering a range of topics, from loneliness and mental health, to work and parenting.

Keep an eye on our website and on Twitter for updates.



Mental health during lockdown: evidence from four generations - initial findings from COVID-19 surveys


Finances and employment during lockdown – initial findings from COVID-19 survey


Parental involvement in home schooling and developmental play during lockdown – initial findings from COVID-19 survey


COVID-19 data from five national longitudinal cohort studies now available

17 July 2020

Researchers now have access to data about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected over 18,000 participants of five nationally representative longitudinal cohort studies based at UCL.


UCL’s longitudinal studies to survey thousands about impact of COVID-19

5 May 2020

The UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) has launched a nationwide survey of the participants of five national longitudinal cohort studies, to examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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